Key Table: Baum Vario Pro

Contents

Notes

  • There are three display keys at each end of the braille cells. From top to bottom:
    • The three at the left are named Display1, Display2, and Display3.
    • The three at the right are named Display4, Display5, and Display6.
  • The wheels on the display module are identified by their ordinal position
  • (first through fourth) from the left.
  • The larger controls on the status module, from left to right,
  • are named StatusButton1 through StatusButton4.
  • The smaller controls on the status module, from left to right,
  • are named StatusKey1 through StatusKey4.

Default Bindings

Special Modes

  • enter/leave help display:
    • Display1+Display2+Display5
    • StatusButton1
  • enter/leave command learn mode:
    • Display1+Display4+Display5+Display6
    • StatusButton2
  • enter/leave preferences menu:
    • Display1+Display3+Display4
    • StatusButton4
  • enter/leave status display:
    • Display2+Display5
    • StatusButton3
  • set display mode attributes/text: Display1+Display4+Display5
  • set screen image frozen/unfrozen:
    • Display1+Display2+Display4
    • StatusKey3
  • describe character: Display3+RoutingKey
  • show current date and time: Display1+Display5

Cursor Functions

  • go to screen cursor:
    • Display2+Display4+Display6
    • FirstWheelPress
    • SecondWheelPress
    • ThirdWheelPress
    • FourthWheelPress
  • go back after cursor tracking: Display1+Display6
  • bring screen cursor to character: RoutingKey
  • bring screen cursor to current line: Display1+Display3+Display4+Display6

Vertical Navigation

  • go up one line:
    • Display4
    • FirstWheelUp
    • SecondWheelUp
    • ThirdWheelUp
    • FourthWheelUp
  • go down one line:
    • Display6
    • FirstWheelDown
    • SecondWheelDown
    • ThirdWheelDown
    • FourthWheelDown
  • go to top line: Display1+Display4
  • go to bottom line: Display3+Display6
  • go to beginning of top line: Display2+Display4
  • go to beginning of bottom line: Display2+Display6
  • go up to nearest line with different content: Display5+Display4
  • go down to nearest line with different content: Display5+Display6
  • go up to nearest line with different highlighting: Display2+Display1
  • go down to nearest line with different highlighting: Display2+Display3
  • go up to first line of paragraph: Display2+Display5+Display4
  • go down to first line of next paragraph: Display2+Display5+Display6
  • go up to previous command prompt: Display2+Display5+Display1+Display4
  • go down to next command prompt: Display2+Display5+Display3+Display6
  • go up to nearest line with less indent than character: Display2+Display1+RoutingKey
  • go down to nearest line with less indent than character: Display2+Display3+RoutingKey
  • go up to nearest line with different character: Display5+Display4+RoutingKey
  • go down to nearest line with different character: Display5+Display6+RoutingKey

Horizontal Navigation

  • go backward one braille window: Display2
  • go forward one braille window: Display5
  • go to beginning of line: Display1+Display2+Display3
  • go to end of line: Display4+Display5+Display6
  • go left one character: Display1+Display3
  • go right one character: Display4+Display6
  • place left end of braille window at character: Display6+RoutingKey

Clipboard Functions

  • start new clipboard at character: Display1+RoutingKey
  • append to clipboard from character: Display2+RoutingKey
  • linear copy to character: Display4+RoutingKey
  • rectangular copy to character: Display5+RoutingKey
  • copy characters to clipboard: RoutingKey+RoutingKey
  • append characters to clipboard: Display2+RoutingKey+RoutingKey
  • insert clipboard text after screen cursor: Display1+Display2+Display3+Display4
  • search backward for clipboard text: Display2+Display4+Display6+Display1
  • search forward for clipboard text: Display2+Display4+Display6+Display3

Configuration Functions

  • set text style 6-dot/8-dot: StatusKey4
  • set text style 6-dot: Display2+Display3+Display5
  • set text style 8-dot: Display2+Display3+Display6
  • set track screen cursor on: Display1
  • set track screen cursor off: Display3
  • set screen cursor visibility on/off: StatusKey1
  • set attribute underlining on/off:
    • Display2+Display3+Display4+Display5
    • StatusKey2

Speech Functions

  • stop speaking: Display3+Display4
  • speak current line: Display3+Display5
  • speak from top of screen through current line: Display3+Display5+Display4
  • speak from current line through bottom of screen: Display3+Display5+Display6
  • go to current speaking position: Display1+Display3+Display5
  • set autospeak on/off: Display3+Display4+Display6

Keyboard Input

  • switch to a specific virtual terminal: Display4+Display5+Display6+RoutingKey
  • switch to the previous virtual terminal: Display3+Display4+Display5+Display6
  • switch to the next virtual terminal: Display1+Display2+Display3+Display6

Special Functions

  • remember current braille window position: Display1+Display3+RoutingKey
  • go to remembered braille window position: Display4+Display6+RoutingKey
  • restart speech driver: Display2+Display3+Display4